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and i'm happy to share one success story with you and i would ask as they stand as success coach, dana trafelet has her son joshua. if you could all stand out. [applause] grade every year. thank you for joining us. and to quickly tell you the story, dana was put in a school and on the first day of school, one of yolanda's children came and from one of her daughters came in and flip flops and dana had a chance to talk to her and learned about yolanda and her family situation. he was living in a homeless shelter. dana worked with them. we got them into rental housing. joshua was having challenges in school and if you look at it, joshua needed help on that front. yolanda is currently working part time now and looking purse or ged hopefully i'm a full-time job and joshua is doing well enough from school. from what i understand he won most improved in math and attend ends. [applause] they had come from the south when i was say to them is thank you for coming to michigan and welcome to michigan. thank you are sharing your story. thank you. [applause] say great success. another great successe
. dana mccullough was on 60 that's the last two weeks talking about the fact that we become historically illiterate, in his opinion and asked him why that was. i wonder what you think about that. can ask that question? >> you know, it's the fault of my wonderful profession. i think in large part. i don't think we teach history as history should be taught. history is a wonderful story about our past that helps to answer questions about our present. and i think the better we teach history and the further we get away from dual, fact driven textbooks, and the more wonderful stories we tell, the more our children and we ourselves will understand how extraordinarily exciting our history is and how important it is to know what. [applause] .. >> been trying to find it dubious study literature. bloggers i read a book on the first 80s and i thought it would be important to presidents from a different angle. why not to be the person that made them the best. for example, what possibly could i as in his door and contribute to the body of knowledge only can our george washington. everything that could
daughters came in and flip flops and dana had a chance to talk to her and learn about yolanda and her family situation. they were living in a homeless shelter. we got them into rental housing and docile as having challenges in school. if you look at it, he needed some help on that front. yolanda is currently working part time now and working towards her ged and hopefully a full-time job, and joshua is doing well enough in school and what i understand is that he won the most improved award in math and also attends. [applause] they had come from the south, and whatever fate to them if thank you for coming to michigan and welcome to michigan, and thank you for sharing your story. [applause] >> enqueue. [applause] all a great success. another great success was our summertime youth initiative in putting people to work in some of our most challenge communities. lester we did over 750 kids and in terms of that, it has been wonderful and led by the dnr. many community organizations participating in this, and i wanted to recognize one of the people. in terms of that person, i would ask mr. williamson
panelist is lieutenant general dana chipman, judge advocate general with the is department of the army. under six panelist is major general von ari, staff judge advocate to the commandant of the marine corps. welcome. thank you for being here. general patton, please proceed. >> on behalf of the secretary, it is my honor to share with you -- >> general, it might interrupt. i have to swear you all in. although i trust the uniform, our procedure does require that we ask you all to please swear or affirm that the information you're about to receive provide to us and we're about to receive from you is true and accurate, to the best of your knowledge, information and belief, is that correct? so we will put you time back on. go ahead. >> thank you, sir. chairman castro and members of the commission, on behalf of secretary defends olympic have it's my honor to share with you to departments approach in combating sexual assault and armed forces. let me just first day the secretary of defense is committed to eradicate this crime in the department of defense. our department wide mission is to prev
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